Soprano singer Irene Drummond uses the words of Soutar with the accompaniment of pianist Alasdair Beatson. This recording was made at The University of Edinburgh, Reid Hall, 26th January 2010. The recording is the work of sound designers Nicol J. Craig & Kyle Martyn-Clark. Recorded using: Edirol four-track recorder. 2x Nuemann 180 Mics 2x AKG 414 Mics Mixed using Pro Tools. Topics: soprano, pianist
The first of five songs for piano, mezzo-soprano and clarinet. In this recording (made with Finale 2007), a viola is used to represent the vocal line. Lyrics: Clean your room, it's a mess, how can you live like that? There's third world countries with cleaner rooms It's been two weeks there's cheetos under your bed Oh, what is that smell, how can you stand it? It's like kim chi mixed with pea soup (12 tone clarinet solo) What are those magazines? You know that you'll go blind? I want for you to... Topics: songs, mom, mother, family, nagging, clarinet, soprano, mezzo-soprano, piano
This is a Recording made in London on June 1969 with Beverly Sills, Robert Ilosfalvy, Peter Glossop, Beverly Wolff, conductor is Charles Mackerras. This is an Excerpt from Act 1 of Roberto Devereux of Donizetti. Topics: Donizetti, Sills, Opera, Soprano, Italian.